Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

Kejimkujik is the only national park to also be designated a national historic site, and the only inland national park in Atlantic Canada.

Discover Mi’kmaw culture. Tour the petroglyphs carved in stone, board a canoe to paddle either on your own or with a guide. Visit the Wejisqalia’ti’k Encampment to listen to the stories of this land and see live demonstrations of birch bark canoe building nearby.

Kejimkujik’s night sky will dazzle you as thousands of stars come out to play in Nova Scotia’s only Dark-Sky Preserve.

A multitude of meandering trails are perfect for hiking, running or biking. Follow the Ukme’k Trail offering optional technical features and add a geocaching treasure hunt to spice up your journey.

Pick up a fishing permit and drop a line into the many brooks or take a refreshing dip in the dark waters at Merrymakedge Beach.

Explore the gentle waterways via canoe or kayak. Rentals available from Whynot Adventure, the Keji Outfitters.

Kejimkujik Main Parkway 3005
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